Registration & Payments

Students may register in person or online at www.thehanovertheatre.org/conservatory. Students and parents (when applicable) must agree to The Hanover Theatre Conservatory Policies and Procedures in order to enroll in a class. These can be found at www.thehanovertheatre.org/conservatory-policies. Payment may be made in full at the time of registration, or you may call the box office to arrange for two 50% payments. The Hanover Theatre Conservatory will work with families in need of additional payment plans, but this option will incur a 5% fee. 

Cancellations & Make-Up Classes

Classes cancelled by the Conservatory will be rescheduled. If students are unable to attend the make-up date, special arrangements can be made with administration to attend another group class in that same semester. The Hanover Theatre Conservatory reserves the right to assign substitute teachers for group or private lessons, without advance notification to parents and students. Every effort is made to operate classes on regularly scheduled days and times in order to avoid cancellations.

Withdrawal & Refunds

The Hanover Theatre and Conservatory for the Performing Arts has a final sale policy for all ticket purchases, tuition payments and fees. No refunds are issued for missed classes, schedule changes, class transfers, student withdrawals, or students under disciplinary action. Requests to transfer or withdraw from classes must be submitted in writing to the Conservatory for review and consideration to revise enrollment or allow pro-rated tuition credit. Approved tuition credits may be used for future classes or programs only, and cannot be used for tickets or other merchandise. Tuition credits expire if not used by the end of the following semester.

Attendance & Tardiness

Consistent attendance is crucial to the learning process. Please notify the Director of Education in advance regarding planned absences, and contact us promptly to advise if students will be late, absent or out sick. Tardiness is very disruptive to class, so please make every effort to be on time. No more than two unexcused absences will be permitted. Students should carefully review their schedules with parents before registering.

Private Lesson Cancellation

If a student needs to cancel a lesson, 24-hour notice must be given. The student can then reschedule the lesson within the semester. If 24-hour notice is not given, or a student does not show up for a lesson, no make-up lesson will be given. Missed lessons are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Holidays & Closings

February 19-26: Winter Break
April 16-23: Spring Break

Dress Code

Theatre & Music: Please wear clothing that is comfortable to move in. No dresses or skirts, please. Remove any jewelry that may hinder any movement. For some classes with a musical theatre or dance focus, dance shoes may be required.

Technical Theatre & Design: Traditional technical theatre dress code requires black attire. However, this may not be required in all classes. Jewelry and loose-fitting clothing that poses a danger or hazard while working with technical and design equipment is strictly prohibited. Please consult with your instructor on the first day of class regarding proper attire.

Dance: Proper dance attire and neatness are required for all dance classes. All dancers must have their hair secured back and away from their faces. Jewelry is not permitted. Appropriate and properly fitted footwear must be worn for each class. Additional Dress Code requirements may vary by class.

Please note that street shoes are not permitted in any of the performance studios.